Recent data shows that more than 60 percent of young women in Nigeria are unemployed and more than one in four (25.9 percent) of women in the labor force are underemployed (NBS).
Women Impacting Nigeria is pleased to partner with Jobberman Nigeria and Mastercard Foundation in the quest to tackle unemployment and gender disparities in the workforce in Nigeria.
The Women Impacting Nigeria Foundation (WIN) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to women’s human rights, gender and empowerment of women and girls.
WIN is on a mission to reduce the gender gaps that exist in education, living conditions, economic empowerment, technology and political participation in Nigeria. WIN believes that women empowerment and gender equality is critical to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
WIN wants women to lead, participate in government systems, have decent livelihood, income security, economic autonomy and live free from violence.
Jobberman.com is the most intuitive job portal in Nigeria, offering up-to-the-minute job opportunities from across the country.
Cofounded in August 2009 by university students Ayodeji Adewunmi, Olalekan Olude and Opeyemi Awoyemi, Jobberman.com has gone on to become Nigeria’s Number one job site.
The Mastercards initiative aims to enable 10 million young Nigerians, especially young women to access dignified and fulfilling work by 2030.
This partnership project is known as
‘Young Nigerian Works’. It is focused on training 5 million Nigerians while placing 3 million in dignified jobs.This training will be both physical and online and dates for each will be communicated consequently.
WIN uses this medium to call for women to register for this training. Women across Nigeria are welcome to take advantage of this training to acquire soft skills, improve their employability, boost their careers and improve their lives in general.
Hurry and Register via the link below.